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Obamas Might Stay in Washington After Presidency Ends The first family might choose to stay in Washington, D.C., after President Obama leaves office in 2016, the president and first lady Michelle Obama told ABC News' Barbara Walters in an interview. By then, their eldest daughter Malia will be in college ... 11/29/2013 - 9:04 am | View Link
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Obamas May Stay In D.C. After Leaving White House In an interview with ABC's Barbara Walters, President Barack Obama said he and his family may remain in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office. Obama said his younger daughter Sasha, who will be a sophomore in high school when his second term ends in ... 11/29/2013 - 2:04 am | View Link
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Locked in a neck-and-neck contest ahead of November, Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner sparred on jobs, Illinois' financial issues and qualifications in their final televised debate Monday.
Like the previous two debates, the matchup between the Democratic incumbent and Republican venture capitalist got personal at times with Rauner repeatedly referring to Quinn as a "failure" and Quinn deeming Rauner a "champion name caller."
Monday evening's setup —hosted by the League of Women Voters of Illinois and broadcast by Chicago's WLS-TV — followed a debate in Peoria that focused on economic issues and a Chicago face-off centered on topics important to African-American voters.
Quinn, of Chicago, focused on the drop in unemployment since he took office in 2009, calling it evidence that his policies are working.
Last week, state officials announced September's unemployment rate fell to 6.6 percent, a sharp decline from a year earlier when it was 9.1 percent.
Quinn, who opposes school vouchers, said Illinois should impose a three-year moratorium on charter schools so the state can determine if they perform better than public schools.
After the two candidates have spent tens of millions of dollars, blanketed the airwaves with ads and crisscrossed Illinois, polls show the race remains extremely close.
Udall's campaign has argued that it has an advantage in the race's final days because it and its Democratic allies are scheduled to air more ads than Gardner and Republicans — a reflection of how Democrats were able to purchase air time earlier in the election, when it was cheaper.
All voters were mailed ballots that can be sent in the mail or, starting Monday, dropped off at polling places around the state.
The new voting laws were passed by the state's Democratic-controlled Legislature over Republican objections last year and are expected to help Udall, who has trailed in recent public polls.
Meet The Press finally put on a substantive program that showed a few rays of what good journalism could look like. The discussion on Ebola was mostly substantive. There were a few instances where political reporters showed their lack of objectivity and journalistic decency however. The experts effectively squashed their flawed reasoning.
Chuck Todd had two unbiased experts on the show.